Sunni Brown: Doodlers, unite! | Talk Video | TED.com
tags: sketchnoting sketchnotes viznotes visual literacy
Physicists Conjure Curves From Flat Surfaces Using Japanese Folding Art | WIRED
How paper folding is changing the way mathematicians think about curved surfaces http://t.co/bDhmXpYHpE by @QuantaMagazine
15 Gorgeous Little Free Libraries | Mental Floss
I LOVE the @LtlFreeLibrary Movement!
15 Gorgeous Little Free Libraries
40 Years Ago the World ‘Discovered’ Mexico’s Monarch Habitat — Today Its Survival Is at Stake | Homero Aridjis
tags: monarch butterflies
Origami Eye Candy
Science and mathematics. In origami – http://t.co/IINvIeGKjO #GSF2015 http://t.co/VQLmlUJy7n
tags: GSF2015 twitter
The Shape of Spectacular Speech: An Infographic Analysis of W35dehat Made MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Great | Brain Pickings
For #MLK Day, an infographic analysis of what made the rhetoric of“I Have a Dream” so powerful http://t.co/jmz52B5xR4 http://t.co/Gsr3dbefdF
tags: MLK twitter
11 Slang Terms You Think Are New But Are In Fact Ancient
Sad that I’ve found this article too late for our Y10 on spoken language study: 11 ‘ancient’ slang terms http://t.co/TS9eAI1Ejs #engchat
tags: engchat twitter
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